[R] Forecast Modeling using R model node in SPSS Modeler
istazahn at gmail.com
Tue Dec 6 14:57:59 CET 2016
Not everything people ask for makes sense. If you insist on trying to get R
integration working in SPSS you should reach out to the SPSS company and/or
community for support.
On Dec 6, 2016 8:05 AM, "Paul Bernal" <paulbernal07 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Ista,
> Your suggestion is great. There is no better way to work with R than
> working with R directly, however, I have been asked to generate forecasts
> in SPSS Modeler using the R integration that comes with it, so
> unfortunately, I need to find a way around. If I find the way to do it, I
> will make sure I share it with the rest of the R user community.
> Anyway, thank you for your quick and kind reply,
> Best of regards,
> 2016-12-05 16:31 GMT-05:00 Ista Zahn <istazahn at gmail.com>:
>> Hi Paul,
>> I suggest forgetting about SPSS and using R directly. Getting started
>> with R is easier than ever thanks to the growing number of tutorials,
>> workshops, mailing lists and forums.
>> On Mon, Dec 5, 2016 at 4:09 PM, Paul Bernal <paulbernal07 at gmail.com>
>> > Hello everyone,
>> > I have been trying really hard to use the SPSS Modeler´s R modeling
>> node to
>> > generate forecasts without success. I personally think the R
>> integration in
>> > SPSS Modeler is kind of poor, since you are only allowed to work with R
>> > version 2.15.2.
>> > Is there anyone who has worked time series and forecasting models using
>> > R nodes from SPSS Modeler? Is there any document or any guide that you
>> > could provide me with?
>> > Best regards,
>> > Paul
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